About a year ago I decided I'd lived too long without a cordless nailgun. You see, I'm a do-it-yourselfer. I like to build things. Most of that drive to build, (and now knowledge to do so) comes from all the ramps I've built over the years, starting when I was a kid. The ramps led to doing building stuff around my house and for friends, and well, ultimately to a cordless nailgun. I know, dreamy.
Warning, Explicit Lyrics. Seriously. Pro Skateboarder Jereme Rogers and Detroit bust out on "Pre Season Mix Tape." What do you think? Stay on a skateboard, or keep doing his thing? Listen to the whole album below if you like.…
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Can't convince your parents to let you build a ramp in the backyard? Understandable. Who wants an ugly plywood monstrosity taking away from their green grass and garden (note: you do)? Well, Archivirus Architecture and Design has a solution for you: Skateable obstacles designed into the homes architecture. Aesthetic and functional, right?
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Vans have been doing the skate shoe thing longer than anyone, and supporting legendary skateboarders for just as long. To celebrate a new store opening in Littleton, Colorado, Vans are bringing along Christian Hosoi, Steve Caballero, and Tony Alva for an Autograph signing. If you're anywhere close, get yourself over to the new shop.
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A new book Vintage Games: An Insider Look at the History of Grand Theft Auto, Super Mario, and the Most Influential Games of All Time by Bill Loguidice and Matt Barton features a section on Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, a franchise which has reportedly generated over $1 billion in sales.
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Billy, Back Smith
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